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Built Environment - Land Use 5 Items

Accelerating Campus Climate Initiatives: Breaking Through Barriers

Book or Book Chapter, 2009
http://www.rmi.org/Knowledge-Center/Library/2009-17_AcceleratingCampusClimateInitiatives
Accelerating Campus Climate Initiatives: Breaking Through Barriers is a practical guide for anyone working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a college or university: sustainability directors, CFOs, presidents, students, faculty, and staff. The book covers five topics: climate action planning, buildings and utilities, renewable energy, transportation, and carbon offsets. Buy the book now.

 

RMI Visitor's Guide

Guide, 2007
http://www.rmi.org/Knowledge-Center/Library/NC07-12
The RMI Visitor's Guide details the design and engineering of Amory and Judy Hill Lovins' house. The Visitor's Guide explains the strategy and economics underlying the design and construction of the house.

 

Cuyahoga Valley Initative: A Model of Regeneration

Report or White Paper, 2004
http://www.rmi.org/Knowledge-Center/Library/ER04-03_CuyahogaValleyInitiativeModelRegeneration
This report summarizes RMI’s recommendations to the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission for regenerating the environment, economy, and community of the Cuyahoga River Valley.

 

Technical Appendix to Reevaluating Stormwater

Report or White Paper, 1999
http://www.rmi.org/Knowledge-Center/Library/W99-22a_ReEvaluatingStormwaterAppendix
This technical appendix was written in conjunction with the report, "Reevaluating Stormwater," from the Pittsburgh Charrette. The appendix includes information about the charrette process as well as supporting information, documentation, and data that was used in the Pittsburgh Charrette.

 

Long Term Constraints on Human Activity

Journal or Magazine Article, 1976
http://www.rmi.org/Knowledge-Center/Library/1976-02_ConstraintsOnHumanActivity
In this paper, Amory Lovins discusses the forces shaping and constraining social enterprise. Lovins argues that humans are constrained by problems of food, land and water, climatic change, energy, hazardous substances, non-fuel minerals, diversity and resilience of ecosystems, management and global organization.

 

 
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